North American Invasive Species Management Association
NAISMA is a network of professionals challenged by invasive species: land managers, water resource managers, state, regional, and federal agency directors and staff, and nonprofit organizations. NAISMA's members are a diverse group of individuals who are involved in implementing invasive species management programs at all scales.
Our mission is to support, promote, and empower invasive species prevention and management in North America.
Our vision is to have North America’s lands and waters protected from invasive species.
What We Do
NAISMA's programs aim to provide the support, training, and standards needed by the professional invasive species management community. NAISMA's work would not be possible without the support of our Sustaining Members. Thank you for your support! Membership opportunities are affordable and provide discounts to all of NAISMA's programs.
Updated NAISMA Mapping Standards: Read and download the revised version here.
The Call for Abstracts for the 2019 Annual Conference is Open! This year will be a joint conference with the New York Invasive Species Research Institute (NYISRI). Join us at the Saratoa Hilton in beautiful and historic Saratoga Springs, NY - September 30 - October 3, 2019. Learn more.
The Spring semester of NAISMA's Online Invasive Species Management Training Program has begun. Registration is open and on-demand. Join a growing number of invasive species professionals and students from all over the world to enhance your professional invasive species management skills. Boost your knowledge about the ecology, biology, history, management, policy, and prevention of invasive species. Visit the Program page for more information. Register here.
USDA, Forest Service Agreement with NAISMA will foster more collaboration and cooperation between organizations, better protecting over 500 million acres of public lands from invasive species in the U.S. Click here to read the full agreement.
NAISMA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and complies with all Federal Statutes relating to nondiscrimination. These include but are not limited to the discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, handicaps, and any other discrimination.